Our film screenings highlight underground, avant-garde and independent cinema. When we can, we host the filmmaker for an introduction and post screening Q&A. We have shown thousands of films ranging from structural classics like Tony Conrad's "The Flicker" on 16mm, to music films such as Bjork's "Biophilia Live" and Sigur Ros' "Heima". We strive to bring classic films to be screened on 16mm but also new films by emerging independent filmmakers.

"INTO ETERNITY" by Michael Madsen. A documentary on building a home for NUCLEAR WASTE. Thurs. Dec. 15th

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12.15.2011 8:00pm
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moviate

"INTO ETERNITY" by Michael Madsen. A documentary on building a home NUCLEAR WASTE. -a chilling and powerful film, see the synopsis below the trailer.



INTO ETERNITY - SYNOPSIS

Documentary 2009, 75 min, HD 16:9
Every day, the world over, large amounts of high-level radioactive waste created by nuclear power plants is placed in interim storages, which are vulnerable to natural disasters, man-made disasters, and to societal changes. In Finland the world's first permanent repository is being hewn out of solid rock - a huge system of underground tunnels - that must last 100,000 years as this is how long the waste remains hazardous.

Once the waste has been deposited and the repository is full, the facility is to be sealed off and never opened again. Or so we hope, but can we ensure that? And how is it possible to warn our descendants of the deadly waste we left behind? How do we prevent them from thinking they have found the pyramids of our time, mystical burial grounds, hidden treasures? Which languages and signs will they understand? And if they understand, will they respect our instructions? While gigantic monster machines dig deeper and deeper into the dark, experts above ground strive to find solutions to this crucially important radioactive waste issue to secure mankind and all species on planet Earth now and in the near and very distant future.

Captivating, wondrous and extremely frightening, this feature documentary takes viewers on a journey never seen before into the underworld and into the future.

Thursday December 15th, 2011 8PM,

$5 donation. at Moviate, 1306 n. 3rd st. harrisburg

the films and videos of BRYAN LEWIS SAUNDERS, 8pm, Thursday December 8th

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12.08.2011 8:00pm
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THE FILMS OF BRYAN LEWIS SAUNDERS:

Thursday -12/8/2011 - 8pm
$5 admission benefits the artist

Come out for a program of Films and Videos created by Performance / Spoken Word / Visual Artist BRYAN LEWIS SAUNDERS. We will be doing a rare screening of his first film "Where is Mao now when you need him?", shot by Bryan in China. Plus his BED BUGS short videos, films made in collaboration with local filmmaker Jim Hollenbaugh, and a special Holiday Video that was made specifically by Bryan for this screening only! One night only! If you enjoyed Bryan when he performed at Moviate you won't want to miss this screening!

From Wikipedia:
Bryan Lewis Saunders (born 1969, in Washington, D.C.) is a performance artist, videographer, and performance poet widely known for his disturbing spoken word rants, tragic art performances and Stand up tragedy.[1] On March 30, 1995, Bryan began drawing at least one self-portrait every day for the rest of his life.[2] For 11 days in 2001, Bryan conducted an experiment in which he ingested or inhaled a different intoxicant everyday and created a self-portrait under the influence documenting the effects of his altered perception.[3] In January 2011, a selection of the drug induced self-portraits presented online went viral.[4] In 2003, Bryan began sleeping with a cassette recorder and documenting both his dreams and somniloquy which led to a wealth of source material for both audio releases and books. The transcriptions of his lengthy somniloquy led to what is known as the Stream of unconsciousness (narrative mode) method of writing.[5]

www.bryanlewissaunders.com
www.moviate.org

8PM, $5 donation (benefits filmmaker), at moviate, 1306 n. 3rd st. harrisburg.

"YOJIMBO" by AKIRA KUROSAWA. 16mm print. 8pm, Thursday December 1st.

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12.01.2011 8:00pm
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AKIRA KUROSAWA's "YOJIMBO", 1961, 75 min. feature film, b/w, 16mm film print. Japanese with ENGLISH SUBTITLES.

"A crafty ronin comes to a town divided by two criminal gangs and decides to play them against each other to free the town"

STARRING TOSHIRO MIFUNE.

IMDB INFO: HERE

VENICE FILM FESTIVAL WINNER. ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE.

8pm.

$5 donation.

at moviate, 1306 n. 3rd st. harrisburg

ODD ONES HOLIDAY BIZARRE FILMS!!! wacky RETRO 16mm holiday films that JUST DON'T FIT IN.

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11.19.2011 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
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4 SHORT FILMS INCLUDING:
"WINTER DRIVING" (a 'how-to' on surviving those crazy winter roads!) 16mm film print.
"THE GIFT OF WINTER" (FEATURING THE VOICES OF GILDA RADNER AND DAN AYKROYD!) 16mm film print.
"SANTA WITCH" (claymation Gumby film), 16mm film print.
"MONSTERS CHRISTMAS" 16mm film print.

all on 16mm film,

$5 donation,

8PM.

ALL-AGES (appropriate for all ages too)

AS PART OF THE ANNUAL ODD ONES HOLIDAY BIZARRE held from 11-5 at the HHA building, 3rd and Verbeke St. FREE ADMISSION TO THE DAYTIME EVENTS, $5 donation to film screening in evening.

music at ODD ONES (FREE)
1PM DJ TRASHCAN (old soul/rock 45's)
2:15PM THESE SEEDS (ambient from York)
3PM TJ BOYER (acoustic from HBG)
4PM THE PONY LEAGUE (featuring members of the Carlsonics and Nethers)

SIGUR ROS "INNI" film screening, at CINEMA CENTER, benefits Capital Area School for the Arts

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11.15.2011 7:30pm
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CINEMA CENTER

Sigur Ros' "INNI" a film by Vincent Morisset.

SCREENING on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15th, 2011

at the CINEMA CENTER, Camp Hill. 7:30PM, $8.

"Sigur Rós fans are intensely devoted -- lore describes people passing out at shows in some sort of overwhelmed, ecstatic state -- and "Inni" finally gives some sense of why and how that might happen." -L.A. TIMES.

PRE-SALE TICKET SALES ARE DONE: TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

Proceeds benefit The Capital Area School for the Arts.

NPR PRESS: HERE

http://www.npr.org/blogs/allsongs/2011/09/16/140471649/first-watch-sigur-r-s-inni

LOCATION: HERE

http://www.cinemacenter.com/#/camp-hill/4540506163

to be confirmed: "PREACHER" documentary, by Daniel Kraus, Sunday Nov. 13th

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11.13.2011 7:30pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

to be confirmed at a new date.

SPECIAL SCREENING TIME: 7:30pm.

co-presented with the SECOND CITY CHURCH, harrisburg.

"PREACHER" a documentary about the Bishop William Nowell, a pentecostal preacher in Virginia. The movie is part of the WORK series of documentaries by Daniel Kraus (www.workseries.com).

Information on the film "Preacher" HERE, http://www.workseries.com/preacher/

At Moviate, 1306 n. 3rd St. Harrisburg, PA. $5 donation. 7:30PM Screening time.

"PLACES IN PIECES VOLUME 3" by JASON PAPPARIELLA, Filmmaker In-Person, Saturday November 12th, 2011

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11.12.2011 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

"places in pieces vol.3" subsists within the framework of the two previous
volumes by focusing on the mundane, the peculiar, and the discarded. one
difference being instead of concentrating solely on the urban landscape,
rural settings are also observed. pipv3 has a running time of 50 minutes
with a soundtrack provided by adam parks of 'land what land' and emily
baker. the majority of the videoing took place throughout the southeastern
and southwestern united states in 2009.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12th, 8PM, at MOVIATE

filmmaker Jason Pappariella In-Person, presenting "Places in Pieces, vol. 3"

-free will donation to the artist will be accepted and greatly appreciated.

"A RAGE TO LIVE" on 16mm film, starring Suzanne Pleshett (1965) written by John O'Hara

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11.11.2011 8:00pm
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"A RAGE TO LIVE" starring Suzanne Pleshett, Ben Gazzara, Peter Graves. Directed by Walter Grauman (1965,b/w, sound, 101m, 16mm film)

Film to be preceded by a live presentation on John O'Hara, who wrote "A Rage to Live" while living in Harrisburg, PA

AS PART OF THE SECOND ANNUAL HARRISBURG BOOK FESTIVAL:
http://www.midtownscholar.com/?page=shop/disp&pid=page_BookFestival&CLSN_439=131939347543980cf3d12eb5f2b7cb01

Projected on 16mm film (not a video projection)

TRAILER:

IMDB INFO: HERE

Roger Beebe, Filmmaker IN-PERSON, with multi projector performance!

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11.09.2011 8:00pm
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ROGER BEEBE, filmmaker IN-PERSON with multi-projector performance! 8pm, $5 donation (goes to visiting filmmaker)

Roger Beebe has shown his previous films and videos at McMurdo Station in Antarctica and on the CBS Jumbotron in Times Square as well as scores of less exotic locales (Rotterdam, Ann Arbor, NY Expo, Cinematexas, etc.). He’s won numerous awards at fests including Black Maria, Thaw, the US Super 8 Film + Video Festival, and the Newark Black Film Festival (where he received the 2004 Paul Robeson Award). He also ran Flicker in Chapel Hill from 1997 – 2000

Experimental filmmaker Roger Beebe brings a program of his recent mutli-projector films to the Northeast for a fall 2011 tour. In these films Beebe explores the possibilities of using multiple projectors—running as many as 8 projectors simultaneously—not for a free-form VJ-type experience, but for the creation of discrete works of expanded cinema.

The show builds from the relatively straightforward two-projector films “The Strip Mall Trilogy” and “TB TX DANCE” to the more elaborate three-projector studies “Money Changes Everything” and “AAAAA Motion Picture” on finally to the eight-projector meditation on the mysteries of space, “Last Light of a Dying Star.”

"[Beebe’s films] implicitly and explicitly evoke the work of Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand and Lee Friedlander, all photographers of the atomic age whose Western photographs captured the banalities, cruelties and beauties of imperial America." --David Fellerath, The Independent Weekly

“Beebe’s films are both erudite and punk, lo-fi yet high-brow shorts that wrestle with a disfigured, contemporary American landscape.” --Wyatt Williams, Creative Loafing (Atlanta)

"Beebe's work is goofy, startling, and important." --Daniel Kraus, Wilmington Encore

ABOUT ROGER BEEBE: Roger Beebe is a professor of Film and Media Studies at the University of Florida. Beebe has screened his films around the globe with recent solo shows at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Anthology Film Archives in New York, and dozens of other venues. He has won numerous awards including a 2009 Visiting Foreign Artists Grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, a 2006 Individual Artist Grant from the State of Florida, Best Experimental Film at the 2006 Chicago Underground Film Festival, and multiple awards at Baltimore's MicroCineFest.

In addition to his work as a filmmaker, he is also a film programmer: he ran Flicker, a festival of small gauge film in Chapel Hill, NC, from 1997-2000 and is currently Artistic Director of FLEX, the Florida Experimental Film Festival.

He also owns Video Rodeo, an independent video store in Gainesville, FL.

ABOUT THE FILMS:

Last Light of a Dying Star (2008, 4 X 16MM, 3 X VIDEO, 1 X SUPER 8MM, 22 min.) A multi-projector meditation on the passage from film to video, from abstraction to representation, and from the technological wonder of space exploration to the banality of the digital snapshot. Originally made for an installation/performance in a planetarium at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, GA, the film attempts to recapture some of the excitement of the early days of space exploration and the utopian aspirations of expanded cinema. Made as an orchestration of a number of different elements, made and found: handmade cameraless film loops by Beebe and Jodie Mack; 16mm educational films about eclipses, asteroids, comets, and meteorites; and a super 8 print of the East German animated film “The Drunk Sun.”

AAAAA Motion Picture (2010, 3 X 16MM, 12 min.) The Manhattan phone book has 14 pages of companies jockeying to be at the start of the alphabetical listings. Capitalism triumphs over linguistic richness yet again. Our challenge: to learn how to write poetry when there’s only one letter left.

Money Changes Everything (2009, 3 X 16MM, 5 min.) Three days in Las Vegas, Nevada, and three different visions of the discarded past and the constantly renewed future. A three-part portrait of a town in transformation: a suburban utopia in the desert, a cancerous sprawl of unplanned development, a destination for suicides.

TB TX DANCE (2006, 2 X 16MM, 3 min.) A cameraless film made on a black & white laser printer with an optical soundtrack made of dots of varying sizes provides the backdrop for revisiting Toni Basil’s appearance in Bruce Conner’s 1968 film “Breakaway.” Commissioned as part of Mike Plante’s Lunchfilm series, where filmmakers are asked to make films for less than the price of the lunch they’ve just been treated to. (This film’s budget was $32.37 worth of pulled pork sandwiches and peach cobbler.)

The Strip Mall Trilogy (2001, 1 X SUPER 8MM/1 X VIDEO, 9 min.) A look straight into the heart of the most postmodern of architectural forms, the strip mall, shot in a mile-long parking lot that could be Anywhere, USA.

“He has actually managed to bust apart the mind-controlling code of relentlessly commercial space and reconfigure it into a landscape of beautiful colors and forms. It is a remarkable piece of Super 8 alchemy." --David Finkelstein, Film Threat

Vittorio De Sica's "SHOESHINE" ACADEMY AWARD WINNING FILM (Shown on 16mm film)

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11.03.2011 8:00pm
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ACADEMY AWARD WINNING FILM "SHOESHINE" (Sciuscià)

by Vittorio De Sica (director of the Bicycle Thief)

"A remarkable artistic success... Will Shock the World" -LIFE.

“It was as if the camera disappeared, the screen disappeared. It was just life (unfolding in front of the audience).” -ORSON WELLES

TWO REVIEWS:
http://www.asharperfocus.com/shoeshine.html

http://wogma.com/movie/shoeshine-review/

Shoeshine is among the first of the Italian neorealist films. In 1948, it received an Honorary Award at the Academy Awards for its high quality. This award was the precursor of what would later become the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

1948, B/W, Sound, 16mm film print, Italy. 93 minutes.

$5 donation, Thursday November 3rd, 2011

"CURSE OF THE MUMMY'S TOMB" UK HAMMER HORROR FILM on 16mm film! Friday October 28th, 8PM-9:30, $5.

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10.28.2011 8:00pm
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moviate

SPECIAL HALLOWEEN MOVIE NIGHT:
"CURSE OF THE MUMMY'S TOMB" UK HAMMER HORROR FILM

(from 1964, color, sound, 81 minutes.)
Rare screening on 16mm film (not a video projection).

This cheap, but colorful British period horror piece follows an ill-fated archaeological expedition to the cursed tomb of the pharaoh, Ra-Antef, whose sarcophagus the team's leader opts to sell to a smooth-talking American promoter who intends to set it up as part of an exploitive side-show attraction. No sooner has the tomb reached the States than the foul-tempered pharaoh is released; he then begins stalking and strangling all those who have desecrated his resting place. The bandaged one's vendetta doesn't stop there; he also has a score to settle with the reincarnation of a man who betrayed him eons ago.

IMDB INFO: HERE

THEME MUSIC:

$5, 8pm, Friday October 28th, 2011. at moviate 1306 n. 3rd st. harrisburg

MIKE KUCHAR, legendary filmmaker IN-PERSON, 8pm, at moviate, $5 donation to artist.

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10.26.2011 8:00pm
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MIKE KUCHAR.

Legendary filmmaker, IN-PERSON, presenting new works.

Mike Kuchar, cinematographer, painter and writer and brother of George Kuchar, was born in New York City.

He began making 8mm movies in the 1950's, switching over to 16mm film production in 1960, and continues now, producing short motion pictures in the video and digital formats.

Mike and George Kuchar were the co-recipients of the "Vanguard Director Award" at the 11th CineVegas Film Festival, 2009, and the 2009 "Frameline Award" at the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival.

"Film purists," says Mike, "tend to snub the digital medium--but as far as I'm concerned, if it allows the image to move and make noise, I'll gladly use it... and the format fits perfectly into my budgets too!"

"...Mike Kuchar's films were my first inspiration" -John Waters

"The Kuchar twins have become living legends of experimental film" -Roger Ebert

RAPTURE MOVIE NIGHT (part 5), 16mm RETRO KITSCH EDUCATIONAL SCARE FILM! 8pm.

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10.20.2011 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

VINTAGE 16mm Educational/Scare Tactic Films!

"Countdown to the Rapture, pt.5"

PART FIVE in a series of Educational/Scare Tactic films from the 70's and 80's in regards to The Rapture.

(no need to worry if you missed the first three parts, all the movies are separate and stand on their own)

for an idea on the type of film that is shown, here is an example of a rapture related movie: http://www.kindertrauma.com/?p=8327

FILM IS SHOWN ON 16mm (as it was in the classrooms and churches back int eh 70's and 80's), VERY RARE EVENT, $5 donation, 8pm, at moviate.

"GODS OF THE PLAGUE" by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 16mm film. 8pm

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10.06.2011 8:00pm
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RAINER WERNER FASSBINDER'S "GODS OF THE PLAGUE" (1970), B/W, In German with English Subtitles, 91 minutes.

A man is released from prison and finds the society on the outside less than appealing. With several women as well as the police on his tail, he sets out to find an old friend.

NYTimes: "Gods of the Plague" is the work of a very young man who has just discovered the secret pleasures of angst. It's full of the movie associations that once so amused Godard, Truffaut and Chabrol, and it's impeccably performed by members of the Fassbinder stock company."

full NYTimes Review: http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/review?res=9C00E2D91E39E334BC4952DFB066838C669EDE

visual reference (no subtitles):

16mm film (not a video projection), 8PM, $5 donation. at Moviate, 1306 n. 3rd St. Harrisburg.

"THE SEVENTH SEAL" by INGMAR BERGMAN, SEPT 29th, on 16mm film, 8pm, $5 donation

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09.29.2011 8:00pm
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Thursday SEPT 29th, 8pm, 16mm, $5 donation.

SYNOPSIS: Disillusioned and exhausted after a decade of battling in the Crusades, a knight (Max von Sydow) encounters Death on a desolate beach and challenges him to a fateful game of chess. Much studied, imitated, even parodied, but never outdone, Bergman’s stunning allegory of man’s search for meaning, The Seventh Seal (Det sjunde inseglet), was one of the benchmark foreign imports of America’s 1950s art-house heyday, pushing cinema’s boundaries and ushering in a new era of moviegoing.

96 minutes, B/W with English Subtitles, Sweden, 1957.

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29th, 2011, $5 DONATION, 8PM

at Moviate, 1306 n. 3rd st. harrisburg, pa.

SCOTT WALKER'S INTERPRETATION:

JIM HUBBARD, filmmaker In-Person, presenting 3 hand-processed 16mm films, 8pm

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09.23.2011 8:00pm
Venue/Location:
moviate

IN-PERSON FILMMAKER, JIM HUBBARD

Jim Hubbard was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1951. He studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and began making films in 1975. In 1977, he began processing his own film and enjoys exploring the material basis of film. He believes that experimental film can more honestly communicate the lesbian/gay experience and is much less alienating than stupid narrative movies with homosexual characters. He has made 17 films including Homosexual Desire in Minnesota, Two Marches and Stop the Movie (Cruising) and a 16mm cinemascope, hand-processed meditation on death entitled Memento Mori. In 1987, he co-founded the New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film Festival and worked as the film archivist at Anthology Film Archives. His films have been shown at the Berlin International Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the Museum of Modern Art and the Tokyo, Hamburg, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and numerous other lesbian/gay film festivals. He believes that beauty and good politics are one. He lives with his lover of 15 years, Nelson Gonzalez, in New York City.

“Jim Hubbard’s films are a deft combination of personal and political. He explores universal subjects: AIDS, illness, protest, eulogy and liberation with a distinctly queer lens. He documents and celebrates life that creates art in the face of immense obstruction. Hubbard’s handmade films of demonstrations and early gay marches vary in light and texture, his frames exclude banners, leaving you free to observe [often in silence] the expressions and gestures of the demonstrators. In his later works, he creates personal short films about artists, their triumphs and struggles. These films impart a sense of poignancy and brotherly loving in the age of AIDS. Jim Hubbard has been hand-processing films since 1974. He is the co-founder of MIX: The New York Lesbian/Gay Experimental Film/Video Festival, which at 15 is the eldest queer film festival in New York City. He most recently curated “Fever in the Archive: AIDS Activist Video and Film from the Royal S. Marks Collection” at the Guggenheim Museum. As an archivist, curator and experimental filmmaker, Jim is committed to the preservation and documentation of queer moving images. His films are testimonials to these commitments.” (Scott Berry)

“So, if we are to expose the truth, dig deeper into the meaning of things, create beautiful images, tell something about our true selves,
change the world, in short, to be artists, we have no choice. A life as a radical gay man or lesbian and as an artist demands a radical vision and a radical art.” (Jim Hubbard)

FILMS TO BE SCREENED:
MEMENTO MORI

(1995, 16mm cinemascope, color, sound, 17 min.)

Winner -- 1995 Hamburg Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Short Film Jury Ursula Award

Memento Mori tells about death, about the death of a friend of the filmmaker's. It surpasses the formal inventory of feature film cinema to develop its own narrative structure as a filmic poem. As such, it is very precise in its filmic structure as well as in its narrative structure. Film means the combination of created images in a timely construction. Jim Hubbard chooses the format of Cinemascope -- not as a visual gag, but as a necessary means to communicate his visual motives. One thinks of painting, regarding the composed images which seem metaphoric at first glance. But when Hubbard shows a skull, or his friend in front of a still life, or a woman cleaning a room, he does not -- as is common in contemporary gay filmmaking -- juggle with metaphors and symbols, but shows -- through the art of filming and montage -- what lies behind the symbolic connotations of the images on screen: What is it like when a body doesn't move anymore? How does it feel -- the ashes of the dead or the soil which covers a corpse? We thought of the late films of Marguerite Duras, in which she tries quite similarly to find images that astonish in spite of the cultural baggage they convey. In his books about cinema, the French philosopher, the late Gilles Deleuze, calls such a non-illusionist, time-bound composition of images, which only is possible in cinema, "direct time images," images that open up a new look upon the world. There we are, where we started: Hubbard's film tells about death. Most paradoxical however -- Memento Mori is one of the few films, in which cinematic images do not erase life with stereotypes but let life live on, somewhere else, outside the screen. Thus, Hubbard states more convincingly than any surface statement that the basic premise of every emancipatory thought is the affirmation of life. In this context, the final image of Memento Mori is one of the most haunting and beautiful we experienced. -- Stefan Hayn

ELEGY IN THE STREETS

(1989, 16 mm, color, silent, 29 min.)

While attempting to define a filmic equivalent of the elegiac form, this film explores the AIDS crisis from both a personal and a political perspective. The film intertwines two main motifs: memories of Roger Jacoby and the development of a mass response to AIDS. The collective response begins with mourning at a candlelight vigil and the deep sadness of the AIDS Quilt and then progresses toward a much more determined reaction by ACT-UP: first, in the Gay Pride March in New York, then in separate demonstrations that build in militancy -- with a corresponding increasingly heavy-handed response by the police -- culminating in a demonstration during a baseball game and the thumbs-up sign of a teenager sporting a Silence = Death button.

"...roars with urgency from beginning to end." -- Karl Soehnlein, Outweek

"...exquisitely hand processed...miniature portraits of a friend...infusing his memorial not with nostalgia, but activism." -- Manohla Dargis, Village Voice

"Countdown to the Rapture (part TWO)": VINTAGE 16mm Educational/Scare Tactic Films, 8.25.11, 8pm

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08.25.2011 8:00pm
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moviate

VINTAGE 16mm EDUCATIONAL/SCARE TACTIC FILMS!

"COUNTDOWN TO THE RAPTURE (part TWO)"

No need to fret if you missed part one, part two will still scare ya (or make you chuckle...)

ARE YOU READY FOR THE END OF TIME? Well, C'MON OUT and SEE WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT!

IT's the COUNTDOWN (one of 5 rapture films to be shown over the next 4 months!)

for an idea of what type of film is shown, but not exact title, check out this post on rapture films...

http://www.kindertrauma.com/?p=8327

shown on 16mm (as it was back in the classroom and churches!), very rare event!, 8PM, $5 donation, held at Moviate

MOVIATE FILM CAMP (ages 12-18), 4 DAYS, AUGUST 20th/21st and 27th/28th. SUPER8 and 16mm film!

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08.20.2011 11:00am

A Moviate Film Camp for kids ages 12-18 who want to learn how to use a real movie film camera and edit their own film.

Saturday August 20th: Learn the Camera, Shoot Super-8 movie film around the area (Susquehanna River, Broad St. Market, etc.), to document the community.

Sunday August 21st: Finish Super-8 and start making a HAND-MADE 16mm FILM with Paint, Markers, Tape, Found Footage, and other fun tools!

Saturday August 27th: Finish the 16mm Handmade Film, Watch the Super-8 film (now back from the lab), and start editing the Super-8 film using Super-8 viewers and tape splicers.

Sunday August 28th: Finish Editing and preview/transfer to digital video. FAMILY/FRIENDS WORLD PREMIERE AT 7PM SUNDAY NIGHT!

cost: to be determined.

registration: ONLY 5 students available for the film camp at this time, register early!

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